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SME Specific MeasuresEnergy, Environment and Sustainable Development

Exploratory Award

Proposal number EXAW-1999-00982

AcronymBILAPS

Proposal titleDEVELOPMENT OF THE BIPOLAR LEAD ACID POWER SOURCE FOR HYBRID

ELECTRIC VEHICLES

AbstractThe Hybrid Electric Vehicle market is emerging. All hybrid vehicles, including fuel cell

powered vehicles, need an energy storage system in order to facilitate regenerative

breaking and peak power shaving. The Bipolar Lead Acid Power Source (BILAPS), that

will be developed in the proposed project, offers the perspective of indeed being able to

meet the severe requirements for this application. The BILAPS is based on the common

SLI lead acid battery, that offers high power at low cost. In enabling HEV's to be built that

operate at very high energy efficiencies, combined with the efficient charge and discharge

characteristics of the BILAPS, this will greatly contribute to meeting the Kyoto

Agreements. It is expected that next to the HEV market, the BILAPS will also serve in the

UPS market , the SLI market and the traction battery (BEV) market. The BILAPS will be

developed by the in the proposal mentioned SME 's, thus gaining access to the increasing

market of high power batteries.

Key ActionEESD-6.   Key action Economic and Efficient Energy for a Competitive Europe

Start date6/07/2000End date6/07/2001

Intended Step 2 projectRTD Project (Collaborative Research)Duration Exploratory Phase10 months

SME CoordinatorMr. A.J.D. ROVERSCompany sizeS4

CENTURION ACCUMULATOREN B.V.

MOLENSINGEL 17

PO Box 197

5900AD - VENLO

The Netherlands

Phone: 31775311741

Fax: 31773517072

Email: ROVERS@CENTURION-AKKU.NL

SME Proposer(s)

R.B.C.FranceS2

Profile of partners for joining the project

Business areas24 - Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

25 - Manufacture of rubber and plastic products

28 - Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment

CommentsPartners sought with relevant experience in smart battery cooling and/or sealing and

housing technology.

Last update18/6/2001

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